A full scale, full annular diffuser/combustor model test rig was tested to investigate how configurational changes affect pressure loss and flow separation characteristics. The rig was characterized by five major modules: inlet; prediffuser; strut; simulated combustor; and full combustor. The prediffuser featured a short, curved wall dump design. Performance goals included: (1) a separation-free prediffuser flow field; (2) total pressure loss limited to 3.0 percent in the prediffuser and shrouds; and (3) an overall section pressure loss of 5.5 percent P sub T3 at the design airflow distribution. The results indicated that the prediffuser configurations operate well within the program goals for pressure loss and demonstrate separation free operation over a wide range of inlet conditions.